"People aren't speaking with each other enough - let's change that." That was a simple observation by the new COO. He wanted his staff to be sharing ideas and developing business opportunities together, and that could be happening much more effectively. He recognised that in such a rapid business environment, more fluid communications were critical for gaining a competitive edge.
November 2003<see full text>
Microsoft always signified creation and imagination towards the future. This global brand name in Taiwan has been searching for an operations office for a while. It recently decided to move to the Hsin-Yi district, a place in Taipei city similar to Wall Street in New York City. It signed a lease for a total of five levels in a new office tower and commissioned M Moser Associates to create its working space. (Before the actual design took shape, M Moser Associates conducted many serious meetings with each department to understand their proper space needs. Hopefully, the final solution satisfies the requirements of the workers while meeting the budget.)
October 2003<see full text>
M Moser's design for Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu's new office in Shanghai illustrates that time travel and good design are not necessarily expensive. Resourceful design is good design. That's the premise behind M Moser Associates' solution for the recently completed Shanghai office of global professional services organization Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu (DTT) in the Bund Centre, right at the heart of Shanghai. DTT approached M Moser with a challenging project brief. In terms of design, the new premises had to be special and reflect the organization's identity; in terms of cost, a sensible line was required. The challenge for M Moser was to reconcile the two.
August 2003<see full text>
Just as a new-car design combines technological advancements with a feel for evolving aesthetic trends, a car company's head office needs to reflect the functional and the futuristic. The challenge is to choose a design path that will warmly embrace the future.
Published in TRENDS, April 2003<see full text>
Because every business is different, the path towards creative design solutions is always an exploration. This exploration encompasses both the business objectives and unique characteristics of each client organization. Typically, clients strive to achieve higher productivity, increased efficiency and more collaboration.
April 2003<see full text>
Shanghai is catching up with Hong Kong in many more than one way. During the past few years, the quality and variety of design in China have made fantastic advances. An increasing number of multinational companies are appreciating the benefits of well-appointed workspace, and are inviting world-acclaimed professionals to design their offices. Armed with 22 years of experience in the field, M Moser Assoicates is regarded as one of the luminaries in workspace design throughout Asia. Recently, they were commissioned by Dentsu, Young and Rubicam (DYR) to create the company's new offices in Shanghai - the result is a work of startling inspiration.
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